Beaches

 

Swim Delineators (Buoy Line) Removal September 13, 2021 - Beaches are closed for the season.  Residents and visitors are encouraged to exercise caution should they choose to continue to use the Town's beaches once the swim delineators have been removed.

 Municipal Beach Safety Gravenhurst COVID-19

 

 Beach Rules

For your safety and enjoyment, please abide by the following Waterfront Rules:

  1. Always obey the lifeguards
  2. Patrons must stay inside the designated swimming area.
  3. Inflatable objects are not permitted Example: Water wings, rings, rafts or toys.
  4. Play safe! Pushing, shoving, backward diving, jumping or horseplay is not permitted. 
  5. Please notify the lifeguards of any medical conditions you may have.
  6. Do not hang on the buoy lines or swim under the docks.
  7. Do Not climb on lifeguard chair.

Beach Listings

Name

Location

Description

Bass Lake Park

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

Bass Lake, 1015 Loft Rd

 

  • Swimming area
  • Unsupervised
  • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, municipal washrooms traditionally opened at Bass Lake Park are closed for the season. 

  • Picnic Tables

Franklin Park

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

Sparrow Lake, 1615 Kilworthy Rd
  • Swimming area
  • Unsupervised
  • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, municipal washrooms traditionally opened at Franklin Park are closed for the season.  
  • Picnic Tables
  • Boat Launch
  • Public Docking

Gull Lake Rotary Park

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

 

Gull Lake, 405 Brock St

 

 

  • Swimming area
  • Unsupervised (for 2020 season only)
  • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, municipal washrooms traditionally opened at Gull Lake Park are closed for the season.  
  • Picnic Tables (Outdoor and Sheltered)
  • Playground
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • Snack Bar
  • Public Docking

Lorne St Beach 

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

Lake Muskoka, 615 Lorne St

 

  • Swimming area
  • Unsupervised
  • Picnic Tables

Muskoka Bay Park

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

Lake Muskoka, 700 Muskoka Rd 169

 

  • Swimming area
  • Unsupervised
  • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, municipal washrooms traditionally opened at Muskoka Bay Park are closed for the season.   
  • Picnic Tables (sheltered)
  • Baseball facilities
  • Tennis Court

Muskoka Beach Park

White sign with black border, person swimming in black with a red stroke through indicating beach closed.

Lake Muskoka, 1141 Muskoka Beach Rd

 

 

The revitalization of Muskoka Beach has been identified as an approved 2021 capital budget project. 

 

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